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January 31, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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·g_L-IMJirtMWtt1 AtKANSAS TIMIS, fayMMviHt, Arkamn, ThuriMy, J.nu.ry 31, IM2 IIIIIHtlltllMHIIHIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII for hlRli, fihel* Pence mwl Klhpl Smith Jor low. _Mr». .Truwbriilge wni niwlslril by Jerry Jones and Charlotte Trowhi-ldKe, 1 '!!! forvJnK red sorla pup, Individual rakes and '|cn rrcinn In" nlKfStri. - Fnvur.1 were thi! funernl of Shawn Stacy, i grandson of iMrn. Drue Stacy ant! | Mrs. Leatha Brown Hell, both of Fayeltcvlilc, MRS. KATHIKN D.OZIIR illllMinilimumilMlllllliiiiiiiililliliiliiiiiiiililllliiiiiillHIIIimilHIIllllllllllllll I Daily Calendar ol Events · Tonight . . . Cyo ftck Scvrn, Wesley. "Hall, T:'.W .Friday .. .·'. .' ; 5 ..· · : -- ·. COiitHct C'lul). Wdfhinctpn HntrJ. 7:31) ni in. . Wajhlnsl"" fnunty Cftiinfll nf Parents And. Tcachi-rt, Wiuxin .Mcinoriiii Church, 0:30 ft. in. Kayclicvillc' Board- of Heritors, Kcigusnn'j. 12 . Charily Loiiguc. Mrs. Clint Wnldcn, .1 ' . Cimicr J-'ilm, Wamdn's Civic Cliibrnnrhn, 2;3fl - SOIh Century Club, 'Mr*, i-. D. Trwr, 3 ' , . . Or.:irV- Mlirihclis, Mrs. Arthur I.ln.-ird, 7 Cancer Film lo Have j\\ \ ·_..' Public ShowirjgV- .Tlie WnshlUKlon Counl.v Unit of the American Cancer. Society and Iho Women's Auxiliary nf WmhlnRlon Coimly Medical Sn- i;icty liave obtained ft new and rducalinnai film, which is lo he prcscnlod lo the public Friday nl %-M p. in.? In'lhe Women's Civic; Clubrcxmu. " .:The film, "llrensl Sc.lf-Kxaini- iinlioh." will be in Icuhnk-olor Wilh c'oinmcnlary, itcliicllii); clcnr- ly and most complclcly the nymp- Inms tind vhorii'tlcrislics of brenst cancer. · ·' , Cancer Control cnmntlllcc nicm- IWIE .of tlic \Vnshlnulon County Mcdlc.-d Soc'tcly expressed, the group's interest In Uli« material will) the slnlemcnt. ."\Vc cnnnol UrcBn too much the Intpui'tnncc ol Coffee Given By Mfs. R, W. Alfofd · Hilly Wilson, FOII of Mr. and j Mrs, John I'. Wilson of Kayelle- I villc, and Miss Uarhnm Jean i'oncy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Toncy of Farmlnglon, will K \vith.the John i3rown University fhoir Sunday on ils first i:oasl-to-const broadcast of 1052 ovnr the Mutual network. the avriii^r plrl or v/onutn foe: onmlni!. fjimilifir v.-ilh the r-arlle!,! danger fiens. So many limes ilu'sci si^nn are diMni^.sed us U'nipririny. part jif sonic -IruiUicnt phase." -. j'HIni'e i:anccr."ln lis cnrly slace Jii' not piilnful,-'-il .-is inn often imoicd. if tills.-"film presents ttit-se syinploniK clearly, a.s wo undt-istiiiid il dues, we feel that evorv v.'nninn in this arm should take iiO minutes out of her day lo see II. thus mid ill years lo her life. It Is certainly, n larse return on the small investment we ol WiishliiKlnn County lire asked to mnkc In cancer research." Costume Party Given By Mrs. Trowbriclgc Mrs. PcHi'le Tiowbi-ldisc enlcr- tained Tuesday lilKhl al the llosni- liillly · Room. of. Ihe Arlcnnsiis Westej-n'Cifis Cdtnpany w ilh eiaht tables.of eiimisla. Oucsls were invited to conic dressed "as younii as you feel." The "ynuns as you loci" costume prize was \vnn by Jewel HickoU:;; and a prize wns won by Jcnnlnc Campbull for the mosl iinlriui! costume, llonorahle mention went lo Evaieu Campbell, Su- ziinne UBlitim, Kvelyn Lincoln. Julian nojiers, Mlliida I'liik, and Minn Marshall. Special music In comedy form was xivcn by Jurie HORCVS, Pearl Porter, Evalcc Campbell, and Jewell nickel Is. 1 Canasta prl7.es were awarded to ' Hc.ithcl Thnmar. and Stella llnll ,__^^ Tht Oldcil OKlct Supply HOUII In Norlhwul Atk.ium . I T ' S VALENTINE TIME W* havt lh ami you want, from U (a $5.00 each tirill«vlH*'l L«rj«it 8«l«ction -- Siyltd br 'Olbion CARDUI ipllw, ON f»diil "limiriBr* 1 ' i«i«r. ts»ri ··«"»-*·«·/*') MlflTtll.Y CMttM CHtHt If Lift Mrs. Hay \V. AKnnl entertained wives of [lit- Air Force and Army pci'.^onne! of tiio University with a coffer- at her home, 311 Adams, Wednesday mornin;;. Those-present included tlie following: Mrs, Henry N'eil.-.on, Mrs. Karl lion!., Mrs. Walter Divers, Mrs. l-'ieilcrlclt Moselcy, Mrs. J!eu- hen I 1 ;!!!:':!', Mrs. !..ouis liardcasllc. Mi.». I'cilicit lliirinn. Mrs. Claude llupjics, Mr/. William Lee, Mrs. Cyrus Vi.nte. Mrs. John lienm- lierKer. Mrp. r,eor«e J'arsoos, and Mrs. (jeor^e Dav's. Hudson Places First In Judging Contest Richi'iitl llufliinn nf Hnrrisnii, ftnc uf H lc;iiii nf fii-o-cnlcred from tin 1 Uujvcri'Fify in Iho lutciTol- Ir^i.-tt" I.i\p.-t(i[ k Jiidciiic C'on- ir.sl -it the Smithv.T.steni Kxposi- .Unn iiurl, I.ivcstfick Slinw nt Korl Worth, To:us. w;is liiflli nut nf fil) t'ontoslfinfs. in the jiirlfiint; of quarto r limxes. He pliicod 11 lh in the rnlfrc contc.-'t nf jtirl^in^ horsrs, bc-cf ciittlc, boss and sheep. .Inlm Uftvcr "f Mnnlicclln, nlso of the University, phiccil third in judging Iiccl c:;iUfc. The University team was cn- leicd h.v M. C, HecX, conch, us one nf llu- 1^ sirliools represented al Mm event. Two Free On Bond tn Siloam Srings Case Bcnlonvllle - (Special) - Two Siloam Springs men are free on $1,500 bond each after beinit arrested Monday night and charKCd witli assault wilh intent to hill. Jack Sharpcnstcin, Sr., and Jack Siiar)ienstcin, Jr., both of Biloam Springs, were arrested by Sheriff John Black, They are charged ,wlth assaulting Ray Harrison on or rbnut January 15. The charge was filed Monday. The remains of Neanderthal man who Jived about 100.000 years ;i«o, were first discovered in Germany. To produce 27 pounds of nickel, 2,000 pounds of ore must be mined I and processed. * BEXUTYSALE T« P«mp«r Your Hair And Punt. REG. 12.50 CHEAM COLD WAVE $7.50 MACHINE $5.00 Norrna's Beauty Shoppe;; . Mountain Phone 323 Hair s h a p 1 n I brinjfs you Ihu smartest indi- d u · 1 h a i r lylcs. Announcements rlrnl Banllsl I.. L.I,. Clam Members of the L. L. L. Class of the Kirst Huplist Church will meet in a body at 7:30 o'clock! loni;:hl. in the Kclucational Build- j inc »t the church. From there! the p-mip will eo lo Mra. Emil .Sriiiiiernjiil's htune for a business antl social Hireling. 'ersonals ! Mr..and Mrs. Buy Wnml Vcliirn- j Ml birt nicht from n visit in Hut | SprliiRs and Little Hock. Mrs. Chin-lip Erwin. lloLilc 4. i KnyeUcvillc, who is a ptitienl at jibe Slide Sanilnrilinl, nnoncvllle. · is reported RcHliiK aioiiK very , well. Country (Huh family Kainlly Niuhl nt the Country Clul) will be resumed Saturday evening, with dinner to be served from 7 lo 8 o'clock. University .hmlor Art Ccntrr . The Junior Art Center of the Universil." will not meet Saturday i as scheduled. ! Nearly 104, She Plans i To Follow The Plow ! Whflcsburu, K.v. - (fl'l - In Hie! I upriiiR. 103-year-old Aunt Jane Adams* though 1$ turn to plowing.] And as K|irinj: and her 10-Hh birth- i rlay approached, those were her! thoughts today--"following the old pi mi' and the fiimily mule! around Mm hillsides just like I u.srd In do in Iho Innn ago.*' Aunt .Innc comes from a lone- livinjf family. Her flfi-ycar-old brother. Uncle Eli Lin-ns, recently became the father of his 18lh child. Her father, Aaron Lucas, died at the age of 103. Her grandfather lived to be 105. "Here I am clusc around that, and years yet to live," she said. "I'll mil an nny of them. I never felt better in all my life, and (here's no rcupon why 1 won't go on.*' Her birthday is February 10. ll.-i/cl Kelly. Mrs. Pcarlc | Chnnsc your Jeweler before Trnwbridi;c. Mrs. .Icic Larimnrc c |i nos | n g jewelry--Bcchc's 30-(it t .-IIK! Mrs. Non;i Allen were in Tul- 111,1, Okln., yeplm-dny In hear Jose K rtl ,,p wilh the limn- On. TIMES dully. . concert. C;i)jt. Hurry V. L.nnc hns recently biTii asfii.mipd tn Lutto Air FnrL't; UHSC ns pilot instructor. Ur Is the snn of Mrs. Kssio Lane, 314 Sliltnn SI reel, nnrl i.s ;i Rniduatc of Faydttcvillo High School. art R E V I V A L Now Through Feb. 8 - 7:30 P, M. Jack Taylor, Evangelist Lawrence Layman Song Leader AT Steele School House 2 Milas South of Tontitown Public Invited SPAGHETTI 'N MEAT BALLS philosophy/ in pjfl-choloK.v from the i ······· M JfcajiM* ^B, /·faduate school of Wbsiuni 1^-iCECI H|"||w V I .serve J/fllyprslly. Cleveland, Ohio, i | [ | | | | jNVll I * i i^ij. '/.liS"«..iu .' .;.J..j.... BUCTACAIB ^ --^^a*^ Dr. Carl WrtohL of F;iycllcvlllo j pL'civnd the degree of doctur of ' ! ps'('lioloK.v from llic ypjiterdny. j Mrs. Myrtle Cirnhiim, A. U'. j Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Gen- Iry, and Mr. and Mrs. l'in] Vnn- I Innsc li.'t\'c returned from \Vin- lipkl, KJIII., wlicrn they attended DUE TO COLD . 666 "givti fait lymptomatic RELIEF OUR FEBRUARY CLEARANCE SALE Making Room For New Spring Merchandise COME IN AND COMPARE OUR PRICES Here Are Some of Out-Outstanding Values -Come in and See for Yourself OUR HIGHEST QUALITY OF INNER SPRING MATTRESSES Roll-a-way BEDS With Inner Spring Mattresses Regular Value Bed and Mattress $45.00 Now Complete Bed and Inner Spring Mattress ONLY $ 28 95 j Twin Sire Only ALSO ON SALE Bed Springs Box Springs Hollywood Beds Sofa Beds, Bed Steads Odd Chest of Drawers Hundreds of Premier Sleel Coils Sisal Insulated Prevents Coil Feel. Prebuilt Edge Guarantees! No Sag. T Foam Latex Flakes OUR PRICE ONLY Like thousands of tiny - coils between layers of I I felt adds buoyancy and ? extra firmness. 3This mattress will :.".·' compare with any nationally adver- 7 tised mattress i j p t h a t ordinarily '^ sells for $ 69 50 50 LOOK AT THIS ONE! 50 Lbs. Cotton and Felt Mattress Regular $24.50 Value : ' Sold on Easy Terms If Desired NOW ONLY 18 in All Sizes IDEAL MATTRESS CO. Direct From Manufacturer to Consumer 401 West Dickson, Fayerteville, Ark. Phone 3036 Mr. Ray Joice, Stylist (I'onnei'ly of Ncinnui Marcus) Will Join My Staff Friday, Feb. 1. A Lucky Lady . . . Will Win a $50 Gold Wave, the : Name To Be Drawn From Mr. Joice's First 20 Patrons Vor Appointment!; Call Rita's Beauty Salon, 3134 ; · ·/· or · .· · L a Rose House 01 Beauty 999 i,-.',..-.··.. Rita Brewer, Owner LINK WAY PRESENTS ITS ANNUAL SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL Bedroom Furniture Here are a few of the many bargains: 4-Pc. SUITE, Reg. $119.50. . . N o w $ 98.50 4-Pc. Mahogany SUITE, Reg. $390 Now $350.00 4-Pc. SUITE, Reg. $139.50 Now $119.50 3-Pc. Blond SUITE, Reg. $99.50. Now $ 79.50 4-Pc. Maple SUITE, Reg. $127.50 Now $115.00 "See Our Complete Line of Bedsprings and Inne'rspring Mattresses FREE! Coffee -Cookies On February 1st, Miss Evelyn Boaz, Home Service Director of the Arkansas Western Gas Co., will serve coffee and cookies and demonstrate gas cooking. REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES Prizes Now on Display in Our Window · Gold Label PLATFORM ROCKER · Gold Label STUDIO DIVAN TO BE GIVEN AWAY FEBRUARY 1 , 5 P.M. No purchase necessary. You do not have to be present to win. Just come in and register. Winners will be notified. REAL VALUES in Living Room Furniture February Bargains Throughout the Department: Gold Label Studio Divan "«· * 59 - 50 ' Now $49.50 Studio Divan Suites K * S112 - 5n Now $98.50 2-Pc. Kroehler Suite !, n J a ffi....Now $.129.50 See our nice selection of Tables -- Coffee Tables, End.Tables and Lamp Tables in Mahogany, Walnut or Blond ALL FLOOR LAMPS AND TABLE LAMPS 20£ OFF DURING THIS SALE Now is a qood time to purchase your spring needs in \nvmtuvc. Buy on easy terms. We carry our own contracts, Link Way Stores Co. 24 East Center St. YOUR WESTINGHOUSE DEALER Phone 162

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